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Primates, ISSN 0032-8332, 9/2018, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 469 - 474
The predation of army ants (Eciton rapax) was recorded during an observational study of the feeding behavior of a group of titi monkeys (Plecturocebus toppini)... 
Life Sciences | Eciton rapax | Diet | Insectivory | Zoology | Behavioral Sciences | Tail use | Animal Ecology | Evolutionary Biology | Titi monkeys | Forests | Feeding behavior | Branches | Monkeys | Fragmentation | Leaves | Dry season | Ants | Habitat fragmentation | Primates | Predation | Small mammals | Forest floor
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PRIMATES, ISSN 0032-8332, 09/2018, Volume 59, Issue 5, pp. 469 - 474
The predation of army ants (Eciton rapax) was recorded during an observational study of the feeding behavior of a group of titi monkeys (Plecturocebus toppini)... 
TROPICAL FOREST | RAIN-FOREST | NEW-WORLD | Titi monkeys | TOOL-USE | FORAGING STRATEGIES | Eciton rapax | ZOOLOGY | Diet | FEEDING ECOLOGY | SAGUINUS-FUSCICOLLIS | Insectivory | CALLICEBUS-NIGRIFRONS | SYMPATRIC TAMARINS | FOOD AVAILABILITY | Tail use | Monkeys | Predation (Biology) | Ants | Animal behavior
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by Santos, Paloma Marques and Bocchiglieri, Adriana and Chiarello, Adriano Garcia and Paglia, Adriano Pereira and Moreira, Adryelle and Souza, Agnis Cristiane and Abba, Agustin Manuel and Paviolo, Agustin and Gatica, Ailin and Medeiro, Akyllan Zoppi and Costa, Alan Nilo and Gallina, Alberto Gonzalez and Yanosky, Alberto A and Jesus, Alejandro and Bertassoni, Alessandra and Rocha, Alessandro and Bovo, Alex Augusto Abreu and Bager, Alex and Mol, Alexandra Cravino and Martensen, Alexandre Camargo and Faustino, Alexandre Casagrande and Lopes, Alexandre Martins Costa and Percequillo, Alexandre Reis and Vogliotti, Alexandre and Keuroghlian, Alexine and Colina, María Alicia and Devlin, Allison L and García‐Olaechea, Alvaro and Sánchez, Amadeo and Srbek‐Araujo, Ana Carolina and Ochoa, Ana Cecilia and Oliveira, Ana Cristina Mendes and Lacerda, Ana Cristyna Reis and Campelo, Ana Kellen Nogueira and Oliveira Paschoal, Ana Maria and Costa, Ana Raíssa Cunha and Meiga, Ana Yoko Ykeuti and Jesus, Anamélia Souza and Feijó, Anderson and Hirsch, André and Silva, André Luiz Ferreira and Botelho, André Luis Moura and Regolin, André Luis and Lanna, André Monnerat and Nunes, André Valle and Kindel, Andreas and Moraes, Andreia Magro and Gatti, Andressa and Noss, Andrew J and Nobre, Andrezza Bellotto and Montanarin, Anelise and Deffaci, Ângela Camila and Albuquerque, Anna Carolina Figueiredo and Oliveira, Anne Karoline and Mangione, Antonio Marcelo and Pontes, Antonio Rossano Mendes and Bertoldi, Ariane Teixeira and Calouro, Armando Muniz and Desbiez, Arnaud L. J and Fernandes, Arthur and Ferreguetti, Atilla Colombo and Silva, Maria Augusta Andrade and Zimbres, Barbara and Luciano, Beatriz Fernandes Lima and Thoisy, Benoit and Niebuhr, Bernardo Brandão S and Papi, Bernardo and Gómez‐Valencia, Bibiana and Santos, Bráulio A and Lima, Breno Campelo and Oliveira, Bruna Gomes and Santos, Bruna Silva and Campos, Bruno Augusto Torres Parahyba and Leles, Bruno and Albuquerque França, Bruno Rodrigo and Lim, Burton and Oliveira, Caetano Troncoso and Cantagallo, Camila and Lara, Camila Clozato and Lima, Camila Silveira and Gestich, Carla Cristina and Melo‐Soares, Carla Danielle and Peres, Carlos A and Kasper, Carlos Benhur and Candia‐Gallardo, Carlos and De Angelo, Carlos and Fragoso, Carlos Eduardo and Freitas, Carlos Henrique and Salvador, Carlos Henrique and Brocardo, Carlos R and Melo, Carolina Depolito and Leuchtenberger, Caroline and Braga, Caryne and Sánchez‐Lalinde, Catalina and Bueno, Cecília and Luna, Cecília Licarião and Rojano, Cesar and Hurtado, Cindy Meliza and Santos, Cinthya Chiva and Tellaeche, Cintia and ...
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 07/2019, Volume 100, Issue 7, pp. e02663 - n/a
Xenarthrans—anteaters, sloths, and armadillos—have essential functions for ecosystem maintenance, such as insect control and nutrient cycling, playing key... 
habitat loss | neotropical region | pilosa | biodiversity hotspot | forest fragmentation | neotropical mammals | cingulata | xenarthra | ECOLOGY | Carnivores | Hunting | Pressure effects | Climate effects | Ecosystems | Habitat changes | New records | Environmental changes | Pressure | Fragmentation | Datasets | Climate change | Invasive species | Nutrient loss | Threatened species | Insects | Cascades | Data sets | Insect control | Nutrient cycles
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Biotemas, ISSN 0103-1643, 12/2010, Volume 23, Issue 4, pp. 109 - 117
As a consequence of deforestation, forest fragmentation is a reality that is increasingly present in the western part of the state of Acre, Brazil. The... 
bats | habitat preference | richness | Acre | Amazon
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REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL, ISSN 0034-7744, 03/2000, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. 267 - 268
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Neotropical Primates, ISSN 1413-4705, 12/2011, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp. 60 - 62
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Biotemas, ISSN 0103-1643, 01/2010, Volume 23, Issue 4, pp. 109 - 117
http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7925.2010v23n4p109 Devido ao desmatamento, a fragmentação florestal é uma realidade cada vez mais presente no oeste do estado do... 
Acre | Quirópteros | Riqueza | Amazônia | Preferência de habitat
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Neotropical Primates, ISSN 1413-4705, 2011, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp. 60 - 62
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Revista de Biologia Tropical, ISSN 0034-7744, 03/2000, Volume 48, Issue 1, p. 267
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Revista de Biología Tropical, ISSN 0034-7744, 03/2000, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. 267 - 268
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Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, ISSN 0101-8175, 1999, Volume 16, Issue suppl 2, pp. 195 - 213
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Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, ISSN 0101-8175, 01/1999, Volume 16, pp. 195 - 213
The objective of the present study was to characterize the richness (number of species) of large and medium-sized mammals, and the antropic threats in the... 
Brazil | hunting effect | conservation | Acre | Mammals | geografic distribution
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Revista Brasileira de Zoologia, ISSN 0101-8175, 1999, Volume 16, Issue suppl 2, pp. 195 - 213
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